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Federal government funds art project to erase US-Mexico border

Federal government funds art project to erase US-Mexico border

The U.S. Pavilion at the 2018 Biennale Architettura in Venice features films, installations, and other art that focus on the border between the Unite ...

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Ancient Roman home found under subway station

Ancient Roman home found under subway station

Work on a new subway station in Rome has revealed an ancient residence that has been dubbed the “Commander’s House” or domus. It is ...

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Univ. Chicago professors bash $100 million state funds for Obama library

Univ. Chicago professors bash $100 million state funds for Obama library

Faculty members of the University of Chicago signed a letter asking the Obama Foundation to reconsider the placement of Barack Obama’s proposed ...

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Collected letters of Augustus Welby Pugin reveal painstaking, marvelous works

Collected letters of Augustus Welby Pugin reveal painstaking, marvelous works

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Mystery: why Shakespeare's father destroyed precious art

Mystery: why Shakespeare's father destroyed precious art

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Michigan woman battles city over fines and home maintenance

Michigan woman battles city over fines and home maintenance

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Bridges as destinations: an essay

Bridges as destinations: an essay

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Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

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Spanish official threatens to seize private property

Spanish official threatens to seize private property

At issue is a structure that has belonged to the Catholic Church since 1236.

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Innovative morphing glass can be dimmed, frosted or see-thru

Innovative morphing glass can be dimmed, frosted or see-thru

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E Pluribus Unum?

E Pluribus Unum?

A Christian vision of community includes the various generations in a living space. An essay by James Thunder applies the Christian vision offered by Augustus Welby Pugin land-use and community development.

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Augustus Welby Pugin: The Future of Land Use Development

Augustus Welby Pugin: The Future of Land Use Development

James Thunder, an expert on the work of 19th C. polymath Augustus Welby Pugin, has written an important new work on the holistic vision the influential architect and designer had.

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Islamic fundamentalism seeks to send Christians back to the catacombs

Islamic fundamentalism seeks to send Christians back to the catacombs

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French interior minister alternately praises and warns Muslims

French interior minister alternately praises and warns Muslims

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Augustus Pugin: A bicentennial portrait of this artist as a young man

Augustus Pugin: A bicentennial portrait of this artist as a young man

James M. Thunder, a descendant of influential architect/designer Augustus Welby Pugin, will provide a lecture on March 29 on his illustrious ancestor, who defined the Gothic revival.

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India to build replica of Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat

India to build replica of Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat

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Detroit: Ethnic parishes hit by closings

Detroit: Ethnic parishes hit by closings

Polish and Italian parishes are being hit by recommendations to the Archdiocese of Detroit.

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A Catholic's take on the Crystal Cathedral of California

A Catholic's take on the Crystal Cathedral of California

The Catholic Diocese of Orange in California's attempts to turn the Crystal Cathedral into a real cathedral. The saga continues...

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Where the Poop goes from Dubai's skyscraper

Where the Poop goes from Dubai's skyscraper

"After having a hefty meal at the restaurant on the top of the World’s Tallest Building in Dubai… you excuse yourself from the table and head to the W.C…and without even thinking about it, you flush the toilet.” Where does the poop go?

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Saint of the Day: Theodore Tyro

Saint of the Day: Theodore Tyro

Theodore was a recruit in Caesar's army who lost his life to honor his faith.

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